Writing An Amazon Review
Today, I’d like to discuss the all important Amazon review. Many of you are familiar with reviews on Amazon. You read a lot, and you review the books or items you buy. Reviews are important to authors as I’m sure they are to folks selling other products.
If you’re one of those who write reviews on Amazon; thank you. Unfortunately, this will cover old ground for you. But if you have a friend who occasionally purchases a book from Amazon, then you might send them a link to this blog, so they can learn how to review the book or books they’ve read.
Now I’m not telling you l’m an expert on Amazon’s algorithm, but I know that reviews play a big part. That’s why authors are always asking their readers to please review the books they’ve read, and if you’ve read Logan’s Word, please review it.
When you decide to do a review, go to the book page of the book you purchased. For an example, you can click on Logan’s Word. I have set up a link that will take you to the book page. If you don’t want to use the link, you can type amazon.com in your address bar. After Amazon’s landing page opens, type Logan’s Word in the Amazon search bar. Also, you need not buy the book on Amazon to review it. If your friend gave you Logan’s Word, and you liked it, or you hated it, you can still review it on the book page.
After you’ve arrived at the book page, scroll down past the “Book Description,” past the “Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed,” and continue past “Product Details.” You’re almost there. Scroll down to the next section, “Customer Reviews.” Here you can read the Logan’s Word reviews, or reviews for any other book you are reviewing.
To post your own review, scroll down to the bottom of the “Customer Reviews.” You’ll find a button labeled “Write a customer review.” Click on this button, and it will take you to the review page. You’ll see a set of five blank stars. Just click on the number you feel the book rates. Beneath the stars is a text box. This is where you type in your likes or dislikes for Logan’s Word, or whichever book you’re reviewing.
You’re doing great, but you’re not quite finished. Beneath the text box is a box for your title. If you don’t put in a title, the system will use a portion of your review as title. After typing in your title, just hit the submit button, beneath and to the right of the title box.
That’s all there is to posting a review. For those of you who have never reviewed a book or product before, I hope this helps you. For the rest of you folks who are checked out on the review process, thanks for your patience.
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